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When the Poem Threatens to Become a Novel… February 22, 2016: “Satirical and feral, written at the time of Hurricane Katrina,” goes the book description of Alice Notley’s Negativity’s Kiss (Presses Universitaires de Rouen et du Havre, [...] by

Locus Solus Finds Nick Sturm’s Essay on Ted Berrigan’s Art Writings December 8, 2015: Don’t mind if we write up a write-up, do you? At Locus Solus, a look at Nick Sturm’s recent Fanzine essay on Ted Berrigan’s art writings: “For months, Sturm has been scouring [...] by

Young Poets Bare All: What Is a Culture? August 28, 2015: Don’t swear so much. Aren’t we decorous? What Is a culture? It’s an enormous detailed lie lived in, wrought beliefs, A loving fabrication. What’s good about it? Nothing. It [...] by

Nick Sturm on Myles & Waldman’s Polar Ode, Sexuality in 1970s Poetry June 30, 2014: Poet Nick Sturm wrote about an oldie on I Said OK Wow; and by oldie we mean polar oldie (oof, long year) or rather, Polar Ode, written collaboratively by Eileen Myles and Anne Waldman in 1979 and [...] by

Coldfront Covers Berrigan’s Irrelevance February 5, 2013: Nick Sturm offers some notes on Anselm Berrigan’s Notes From Irrelevance over at Coldfront today, writing that Berrigan’s latest is “a 65-page stanza with lines between two and [...] by